what questions should a man never do to a woman

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@lucgeta (925)
France
May 12, 2007 6:53am CST
What's your age?, how much do you weight?, did you get fat?, do you work? what happened? What were you doing in the ladie's room? They say men shouldn't ask those questions. But tell me what are your experiences. Have you ever made an unappropriated question to a woman? What was it?If you avoid them you might look un-interested.
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@evelynlyp (788)
• Japan
12 May 07
Depends on who's the guy. Any stranger, be it guy or girl that comes up to you and ask those questions is being inappropriate. I certaily don't mind someone I know asking my age or weight. Appearances are what's important not figures; if I look good, that's all that matters - not the numbers. About getting fat and working and ladies' room bits, that's just plain rude regardless of gender. There are many more ways to strike up a conversation and appear being interested. You just have to know what's suitable and what's not. Avoid being rude and asking rude questions.
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@lucgeta (925)
• France
12 May 07
That's brilliant, there is no much sense in those questions, but some people expect you to make them anyway.
@brand4less (1061)
• Indonesia
15 May 07
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based on my experience,i don't like if man asking about my weight :)) i will end up thinking about it all night long,lolz
• Brazil
15 May 07
women hate to say what is your weight, and sometimes age ^^ but some questions have the right hour, and be inapropied when arent on the right hour if i was a teacher of dance, or academy, and i ask the weight for a woman, its apropied ^^
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